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Empower your secondary students to be a part of the climate change debate and explore how everyone can create a sustainable future.
Animals, including humans
Earth and atmosphere
Environment, earth and universe
Teachers’ notes with background to the Climate.Speaks programme, lesson timings, resources, glossary and curriculum links.
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Detailed Climate.Speaks lesson plan with activities, timing, differentiation and extension tasks.
A scorecard to help teachers review the in-class debate. It can also be used by students for peer review.
An overview of the five main stakeholders in the climate change debate – Activists, Governments, Energy companies etc.
Home learning tasks to prepare students for the in-class debate.
Structured activity sheet to support analysis of the five stakeholder editorials for reliability and accuracy.
Climate.Speaks persuasive writing
Four interactive activities on key climate change concepts (the greenhouse effect, global warming, deforestation, economic impact).